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St. Andrews Hotel
Ranked #2 of 3 Restaurants in St Andrews
Cuisines: Australian, International
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Reviewed 28 February 2018

We thought we would treat ourselves to a pub lunch, unfortunately the menu was limited so I settled on the Fish and Chips which was not up to the usual standard. Overall I was very disappointed in the food so I probably won't be going again for a while.

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Thank RubyTuesday1007
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Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

Stopped into the St Andrews Hotel for Sunday lunch. By chance there was a charity event running supported by heaps of cars and bikes. There was a band called the Screaming Eagles playing as well.

On this occasion, given just how very busy the pub was, the meals came out slowly. They were fresh and hot.

The pub is has a rustic feel to it with lots of bench seats inside and tables and chairs for outside dining. There were quite a few staff working on the day which helped with service times.

I'd return another time to experience the pub when it's a little less busy.

Thank AFCB123
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Reviewed 3 April 2017

Great menu and service. Always love this rustic hotel that I have been to for 30 or more years. Be early on Saturdays because the market over the road is really busy.

Thank Andrew L
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Reviewed 19 March 2017

St. Andrews is a rural locality 36 km. north-east of Melbourne, between Kangaroo Ground and Kinglake. It was originally named Queenstown, a goldfield, in the area known as the Caledonia Diggings. By 1865 it was also known as St. Andrews, and the presence of large numbers of Scottish miners gave rise to both “Caledonia” and “St. Andrews”.
Today it is fast becoming one of Victoria’s top live music venues, famous around Australia for attracting great Blues and Roots musicians to perform in the wonderful atmosphere that a huge open fire, no pokies and traditional pub hospitality can offer.
St Andrews Pub has produced many CD’s of performances by some of Australia’s top musicians winning praise from reviewers and punters alike.
The food is superb and always fresh, quick service and friendly staff. The place is wheelchair friendly, kid friendly and there is plenty of parking at the rear.
Beware: this place can be absolutely rocking when there are gigs on - so you might have alot of fun!

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3  Thank UrbanDrifter
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Reviewed 11 January 2017 via mobile

This old fashioned pub with its added beer garden is plain, simple and no frills. The service is good and the meals reasonably priced. If you're not expecting the earth then this place will do for a casual meal.

Thank 133salliev
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